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Sep 1, 2014 / 288,716 notes

camuizuuki:

simonbitdiddle:

sherridea:

doctorsxperiment221b:

“I love this twee”

“My twee”

“This twee is mah fran”

“Dis twee has a flavour”

“Twee, u no worries, I cleans u.”

tiger you’re dwunk

you’re dwunk tiger

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actual photo of me in the future
Aug 30, 2014 / 166,520 notes

actual photo of me in the future

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Aug 30, 2014 / 235,179 notes

fairyhaired:

rivermoth:

If ur feeling small today I dare you to sit up straighter, look someone who scares u directly in the eye, take up room at the dinner table, make yourself bigger, when ‘sorry’ laps at the back of your tongue, tries to pick up after you, remind yourself that your existence doesn’t demand an apology, that you are allowed to make mess and take up space, do not be afraid to expand. Every single goddamn minute. Expand, expand, expand

i needed this today

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philamuseum:

Fashion Friday: Friends, Enemies, Frenemies? There was no love lost between fashion designers Coco Chanel (1883–1971) and Elsa Schiaparelli (1890–1973). Chanel famously dismissed Schiaparelli as “that Italian artist who makes clothes.” Schiaparelli derided Chanel by calling her “that milliner.” But the designers did have one thing in common: multi-talented artist Jean Cocteau (1889–1963), who was a close friend and collaborator to both women. Chanel appears in some of Cocteau’s artworks, and Cocteau’s drawings appear in some designs from Schiaparelli’s Fall 1937 collection.  Woman’s Dinner Jacket, Fall 1937, designed by Elsa Schiaparelli in collaboration with Jean Cocteau, embroidered by Lesage
Aug 29, 2014 / 164 notes

philamuseum:

Fashion Friday: Friends, Enemies, Frenemies?

There was no love lost between fashion designers Coco Chanel (1883–1971) and Elsa Schiaparelli (1890–1973). Chanel famously dismissed Schiaparelli as “that Italian artist who makes clothes.” Schiaparelli derided Chanel by calling her “that milliner.” But the designers did have one thing in common: multi-talented artist Jean Cocteau (1889–1963), who was a close friend and collaborator to both women. Chanel appears in some of Cocteau’s artworks, and Cocteau’s drawings appear in some designs from Schiaparelli’s Fall 1937 collection. 
 
Woman’s Dinner Jacket, Fall 1937, designed by Elsa Schiaparelli in collaboration with Jean Cocteau, embroidered by Lesage

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Aug 29, 2014 / 257,749 notes

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beenwandering:

help I’m having emotions about a cartoon antidepressant trying to be useful

DID YOU GUYS SERIOUSLY GIF AN ABILIFY COMMERCIAL 

yes but look at it, it cares about her and just wants to help her be able to function. It’s like “I know you’re sad. here, I’ll help you.”

LIKE OKAY THOUGH can I explain why this is exceedingly brilliant??  Because when anti-depressants work right, that’s what they DO.  They don’t make you happy or emotionless or unhealthy in any way, they make you FUNCTIONAL.  They make it so that a depressed person who can barely get out of bed can start to support themselves again and more importantly, start to THINK for themselves again without the permeating presence of depression.

Depression is a cyclical disease, that tells you to think a certain way, and, because you’re depressed, you generally believe it, and then things get worse and worse.  The ONLY thing anti-depressants do is to STOP that cycle in its tracks!!  Which is something to be ecstatic about and celebrated, even if you don’t realize it at the time, because when you’re depressed, getting out of bed is climbing Mount Everest.  Antidepressants help stop that cycle so that one day soon, getting out of bed can JUST be getting out of bed.  They don’t even expedite the recovery process in most cases, they just make recovery POSSIBLE IN THE FIRST PLACE.  So this little guy is portrayed with a fuckton more accuracy than I ever expected from a commercial.

It’s back and adorable

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Aug 29, 2014 / 228,457 notes

book-worm709:

angelclark:

99-Year-Old Lady Sews A Dress A Day For Children In Need 

Lillian Weber, a 99-year-old good Samaritan from Iowa, has spent the last few years sewing a dress a day for the Little Dresses For Africa charity, a Christian organization that distributes dresses to children in need in Africa and elsewhere.

Weber’s goal is to make 1,000 dresses by the time she turns 100 on May 6th. So far, she’s made more than 840. Though she says she could make two a day, she only makes one – but each single dress she makes per day is personalized with careful stitchwork. She hopes that each little girl who receives her dress can take pride in her new garment.

God bless her

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Aug 29, 2014 / 26,909 notes

Fashion! Put It All On Me ➝  Kristian Aadnevik f/w 2014-2015[2/2]

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Aug 29, 2014 / 2,893 notes

afusionoffandoms:

Take a minute to just breathe and watch this cute little hedgie.

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Aug 28, 2014 / 412 notes

fashionsfromhistory:

Wedding Dress

Norman Hartnell

1951

V&A

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woodendreams:

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darkesthorizons:

neptuneisforlovers:

ITS NOT SEWING SUPPLIES!

My question is how does every single person identify with this, is it like a secret rule to use those for sewing supplies?
Aug 27, 2014 / 582,684 notes

darkesthorizons:

neptuneisforlovers:

ITS NOT SEWING SUPPLIES!

My question is how does every single person identify with this, is it like a secret rule to use those for sewing supplies?

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